Covid-19 a small virus has created a havoc in the world. The pandemic has already taken over 4 lakh lives. The tests to detect a Covid-19 positive takes time and is costly. Moreover, the ability of the virus to mutate surprises the doctors every day. Present paper proposes a saliency-based model called Deep_Saliency. The model works on chest x-rays of healthy, unhealthy, and covid-19 patients. An x-ray repository of Covid-19, available in public domain, is taken for the study. Deep_Saliency uses visual, disparity, and motion saliency to create a feature dataset of the x-rays. The collected features are tested and trained using Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) network. A predictive analysis is performed using the x-ray of a new patient to confirm a Covid-19 positive case. The first objective of the paper is to detect Covid-19 positive cases from x-rays. The other objective is to provide a benchmark dataset of biomarkers. The proposed work achieved an accuracy of 96.66%.